Hunter Biden’s shady behaviors are becoming public knowledge.
Hunter Biden’s personal iCloud account was reportedly hacked by users, prompting GOP leaders to label the president’s son a threat to “national security” and demand an inquiry; now, a report detailing the contents of the account has been released.
Biden’s personal laptop calendar disclosed the locations and dates of meetings and exchanges with foreign leaders and businesspeople.
In November 2011, for instance, Hunter Biden travelled to Bogata to meet with Pastrana, and calendar entries suggest that Colombia’s mines and energy minister was also present. The Post said that Hunter Biden met with a counselor to Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos later that day.
The Post said that Hunter Biden was arranging other meetings for Pastrana, including one with OAS international head Cesar Uzeda.
Hunter Biden requested a meeting with Pastrana while he was in Washington, D.C., in February 2012, according to the personal calendar.
The study also showed that on March 2, 2012, Hunter Biden arranged a meeting between Joe Biden and former Colombian President Andrés Pastrana Arango.
Hunter Biden, Eric Schwerin, and Rosemont Seneca allegedly pursued business with Brazilian Construction giant OAS, which was “interested” in four large projects in Colombia around eight months previous to this meeting. Among these projects were two watershed treatment facilities valued at around $380 million and $350 million, a hydroelectric power plant valued at $1.8 billion, and repairs to the Bogota subway system valued at $3 billion.
Schwerin was the former president of the defunct investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, which was founded by Hunter Biden.
Schwerin estimated that the one billion dollar project would pay Rosemont Seneca $5.6 million based on a one percent “success fee” if the OAS transactions in Colombia were successful.
Emails also revealed that Rosemont Seneca was on retainer for $25,000 per month from the Brazilian construction company. OAS was later entangled in Brazil’s largest government corruption scandal, commonly known as “Operation Car Wash.”
The former Colombian president allegedly met with Joe Biden a month later at the Naval Observatory, where Schwerin was named as an invitee.
Later that day, Hunter Biden met with Pastrana and a Colombian coffee entrepreneur at a coffee cafe.
According to the Post:
Hunter Biden met Daniel Kablan Duncan, the Prime Minister of Côte d’Ivoire, on April 15, 2016 in Washington D.C., his calendar shows. The 8:15 a.m. sitdown was quickly followed by a 9 a.m. confab with Vice President Biden at the Naval Observatory. The purpose of his meeting with Kablan is unclear.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Between Feb. 15-18, 2012, Hunter Biden was wined and dined by billionaire oligarchs in Moscow, including one now wanted for murder. Four days after his return, Hunter Biden met with Vice President Biden, again at the Naval Observatory.
On Nov 14. 2015, Hunter Biden met with Romanian ambassador to the United States George Maior, before heading off for meetings in that country. He returned Nov. 17, and had breakfast with his father at the Naval Observatory two days later. Just months after the trip, he teamed up with former FBI Director Louis Freeh to help Romanian businessman Gabriel Popoviciu avoid jail time. CONTINUE READING…